Mitradine’s main ingredients are Mitragynine and Conolidine in the form of extracts taken from some of nature’s most renowned herbal sources found in South East Asia. Additional ingredients such as PEA, Piperine, and various naturally-occurring terpenes, work together to promote an “entourage effect” on the benefits of Mitradine. Click the ingredient titles to view more information on the specific ingredient found in the patent-pending Mitradine formulation.

Mitragynine (Kratom)

Mitragynine is a naturally occurring alkaloid found in the leaves of the Mitragyna speciosa tree, commonly known as Kratom.


Piperine, or Piper Nigrum (Black Pepper) Extract, is a natural substance derived from the dried fruit of the Piper nigrum plant.


β–Pinene, or “beta-pinene” is a monoterpene, an organic compound found in plants.

Conolidine (Crepe Jasmine Extract)

Conolidine, also known as crepe jasmine flower extract, is a naturally occurring compound found in the flowers of the Tabernaemontana divaricata plant.


D-Limonene, a naturally occurring compound prominently found in the rinds of citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons, is renowned for its multifaceted benefits across various industries.


δ-3-carene, or “Delta-3-Carene,” a naturally occurring terpene found in various plants such as cedar trees and rosemary, holds remarkable potential for enhancing the well-being of the human body.


PEA is an endogenous fatty acid compound that is produced within the cells of our bodies.


α–Pinene, or “alpha-pinene,” is an organic compound of the terpene class, one of two isomers of pinene.


Myrcene is a naturally occurring terpene found abundantly in various plants, including hops, mangoes, and other plants.